Boy Who Scored 378 Marks Fails to Join Form One Over School Fees
Eddy Humphrey Omiti a KCPE candidate who scored 378 marks has now resorted to join a vocational training center after he failed to secure his admission at Kisumu Boys High School as a result of school fees.
Eddy sat his KCPE examinations at Oyugis Primary School emerging the top in his school.
His parents says they have no fees to take him to a secondary school and now they are considering enrolling him in the nearest vocational institution where he can get help from the government.
According to Sheila Oluoch, Eddy’s dream has been shattered urging anyone in the position to have help him join secondary Kisumu Boys.
“Eddy top at Oyugis Primary School but the parents are not able his secondary education. We are appealing to members of the public and even the government to chip in and help this bright boy before its too late.’’ Sheila told Ghetto Radio News.
In other attachments seen by Ghetto Radio News team, the area assistant Chief, eddy’s church and Oyugis Primary School now appeals to the general public to help the boy realize his dream.
“The above letter is to confirm that the boy studied at Oyugis primary school. He is a humble boy coming from a humble background. We are appealing to well-wishers to help this boy realize his dream and join Kisumu boys. The parent are casual workers hence even meeting daily needs is a problem,” reads letter from the school.
“This is to confirm that the above named person is a member of this Church in standing in Seventh day adventist church. He is coming from a humble background, kindly help him out,” reads the letter from Seventh Day Adventist , Oyugis South.
” I write this to confirm that the boy comes from the area I’m Manning, the parents are not able to raise his school fees. Kindly grant him any assistance,” a letter from assistant chief reads.
Those willing to offer any support to reach Sheila Oluoch on 0714282304.
By Jacob Oluoch